What must be abolished so that democracy may finally rise? Oil — as an industry and as a form of social organization.
The mechanical operations of a transit system, the social life of a public library, the overload of hospital emergency rooms: all can be intoned through algorhythmic analysis.
In Japanese architecture and science fiction from the 1960s through the 1990s, we can trace an enduring question: “how to make substantial architecture when substantial things are losing their meaning.”
Design and the Green New Deal
If landscape architects want to remake the world, we can start by remaking our discipline.
Jane Jacobs and the Death and Life of American Planning
An urban historian assesses the complex legacy of Jane Jacobs, including the rise of community activism and the marginalization of professional planning.